Siem Reap: A team from the Cambodian Mine Action Center (CMAC) in Siem Reap on July 10 bombed 325 No36 hand made in the UK for disposal, while others have yet to be removed after excavation Burial ground of cables, pipes and pipes was found next to the fence of 10 Makara High School in Siem Reap.

Heng Ratana, CEO of CMAC, told the Post on July 11, 2021 that the 325 grenades were still effective. Its explosive substance (it is dangerous to burn it), but if it breaks, it does not explode because its key is broken. These bullets are left over from the civil war in the 1970s, not during the last war, because they are bullets Broken arm, made in England.

"You built the fence before it did not know," he said. This seed is buried in the fence at once, maybe it burns, or somehow it is not right, it is in the foundation and in the right place. Inject. This is called a fortune, building a school fence, draining water, building a road, not touching, not exploding, but touching only digging the ground and laying cables Cab. ”

According to Heng Ratana, all 325 grenades are No36 UK grenades made in the UK and have been manufactured and used since 1915. So, on July 10, 2021, the excavation company buried the cable, embedded the pipe, and dug the pit of the grenade. This is located in Svay Dangkum commune, Siem Reap city, Siem Reap province, next to the fence of 10 Makara High School.

Ly Samrith, deputy governor and spokesman for the Siem Reap provincial administration, added on July 11 that the bullets had been fired by the company. Excavation of buried cables and embedded pipes in the 38 road projects in Siem Reap City, digging next to the fence north of 10 Makara High School.

He said that it was a good coincidence that the excavation equipment for the 38-lane road project did not touch and was CMAC forces removed 325 bullets, along with the area was cordoned off and signaled danger.

Mr. Ly Samreth said: "Tomorrow (July 12), the CMAC team will come and find out more because today (July 11) is His holiday. "The authorities have entrusted CMAC with the proper technical management of the demolition."